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Holder U-17 assistant coach


Anmar Goodridge-Boyce

Holder U-17 assistant coach
New assistant coach of the Barbados Women’s Under-17 football team, Rhea Holder, is excited about the opportunity to share her knowledge with the next generation. (GP)

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Women’s national team goalkeeper Rhea Holder is now the assistant coach for the Barbados Under-17 girls’ football team.

Holder was recently appointed to the position prior to last month’s Concacaf qualifiers in Miami, Florida.

Despite playing a very attractive style of football, the Bajan Belles lost two of their matches in the competition, going down 2-1 to Belize and 2-0 to Curacao.

Holder said, however, she was pleased to be working with a very talented group of young players.

“I am very excited about my role as assistant coach for numerous reasons,” Holder told NATIONSPORT during an interview. “I get a chance to pass on my knowledge and experiences to the upcoming future of women’s football from a former player’s perspective. This group of girls will do exceptionally well.” (AGB)

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